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Hypo-interventions: Intimate activism in toxic environments

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Hypo-interventions - Tironi

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Created date

July 31, 2018

Critical Commentary

In this 2018 article, Manuel Tironi introduces the term "hypo-interventions," which he defines as "the minimal and unspectacular yet life-enabling practices of caring, cleaning and healing the ailments of their significant others, human and otherwise." Tironi based his article on ethnographic research in the chemically toxic environments of Puchuncaví, Chile.  

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Source

Tironi, Manuel. 2018. "Hypo-interventions: Intimate activism in toxic environments." Social Studies of Science, 48(3): 438 - 455. 

Language

English

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